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yep... I've checked it.. its true!

MAybe too earlyt to say but i haf a tiny feeling GOI is onvolved in this.. ..

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yeah ! The Indian Govt has a nasty habit of bombing cinema houses and its own cities occassionally. Weird...innit ?

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yep... I've checked it.. its true!

MAybe too earlyt to say but i haf a tiny feeling GOI is onvolved in this.. ..

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yeah ! The Indian Govt has a nasty habit of bombing cinema houses and its own cities occassionally. Weird...innit ?

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Yeah weird <admin-profanity filter activated> khalistani response above.

<admin-cut> fanatics. people died instead of feeling sorry for them, started political war fare game.

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Anyhow my condolences to those who have died...mostly women and children who were out window shopping. We live in a day and age where none can afford to slack w.r.t security.

Being paranoid does not seem all that bad in these times

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BBC NEWS below - read last bit.

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Deadly blasts hit Indian capital

At least 20 people have been killed and scores wounded in a series of suspected bomb blasts in India's capital, Delhi.

Two explosions took place in markets in central and southern Delhi which were crowded with people shopping ahead of religious festivals next week.

The third blast occurred in the area of Govindpuri which is in the southern part of the city.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh blamed "terrorists" for the blasts and said he would not tolerate militant violence.

No-one has yet admitted carrying out the explosions.

Pakistan condemnation

Details of the casualties are still unclear. Although 20 people are confirmed dead, unofficial reports say up to 50 may have been killed.

The blasts left a scene of widespread devastation

Government officials indicated most of those killed died in the blast at the southern Sarojini Nagar market.

They said a number also died in the first explosion, in the crowded central neighbourhood of Paharganj, an area close to Delhi's main railway station and popular with Western backpackers.

Some reports say the Govindpuri blast was a bus bomb and that three people died, although this could not be confirmed.

Prime Minister Singh, who is in the north-east but is returning to Delhi immediately, urged people to remain calm.

"The prime minister has expressed shock and distress over the blasts but has asserted that militant violence would not weaken the country's resolve to fight terrorism," spokesman Sanjaya Baru said.

India's long-term rival Pakistan condemned the explosions.

Its foreign ministry said in a statement: "Pakistan strongly condemns the terrorist attacks in Delhi, which have resulted in the loss of a number of innocent lives.

"The attack in a crowded market place is a criminal act of terrorism."

Many shops were damaged in the market blasts.

"The blast was so powerful, my house shook," Kiran Mohan, a photo editor who lives about 200m (650 ft) away from Sarojini market, told Associated Press.

Babu Lal Khandelwal, a shop owner in Paharganj, said: "There was black smoke everywhere. When the smoke cleared and I could see, there were people bloody and people lying in the street."

The BBC's Paul Danahar, who was at the site of the blast in Sarojini Nagar, says the scene was one of carnage and confusion.

Most of the people affected were ordinary people out shopping in the festival season, he says.

Both the Hindu festival of lights known as Diwali and the Muslim festival of Eid fall next week.

In May one person died and 49 were wounded by bombs at two Delhi cinemas - an attack blamed on Sikh militants.

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CNN reports that a store owner saw a unattended bag lying on the storefront. As soon as he cautioned people about that bag, people moved away from it. And as people were moving away from the bag there was a thunderous flash and a lot of women and children who were casual about the storeowners warnings, were trapped in the rubble.

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People have died and all some people want to do is make up <admin-cut> conspiracy theories.

I suppose the recent bombings in London were also done by the GOI and it was the GOI who started the Lozells riots not to mention the GOI involvement in the increase in oil prices across the world.

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Guys no need to squabble between yourselves, it is as usual the 'Religion of peace' @ work.

Sorry peeps, I couldn't resist the sarcasm. I visit the Sarojini Ngr market often. It is just very common people who visit there with a sprinkling of tourists and other foreign embassy folk.

The bomb seems to have exploded on one of the outer sections of the bazaar which has these roadside garment stalls.

Sad !

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People have died and all some people want to do is make up bull$hit conspiracy theories.

I suppose the recent bombings in London were also done by the GOI and it was the GOI who started the Lozells riots not to mention the GOI involvement in the increase in oil prices across the world.

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good post kurtas. It usually khalistani's here to wanted to push their agendas against GOI.

These days either blame it all on GOI or RSS. :) @. Instead of doing seva for change.

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OK OK i'm sory but everytime I tld someone they asked me whos reponsible and I thought it MIGHT be! Yeh sorry for making stupid theories again I beg for forgiveness.

Anyone notice loads people dying nowadays.. like earthquake, train crash in india, bombings (uk/usa AND india), tsunami and the multiple huricanes..

its kinda sad.. so many deaths.. Hope they rest in peace

..is this a sign frm God? grin.gif

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The only equivalent answer to this provocation is a cruise missile into Pak Military HQ.

Having said this, nothing will happen, but it would be interesting to see how MMS will react. :)

MMS now will have to provide leadership, lets see how does he handles it

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People have died and all some people want to do is make up bull$hit conspiracy theories.

I suppose the recent bombings in London were also done by the GOI and it was the GOI who started the Lozells riots not to mention the GOI involvement in the increase in oil prices across the world.

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good post kurtas. It usually khalistani's here to wanted to push their agendas against GOI.

These days either blame it all on GOI or RSS. :) @. Instead of doing seva for change.

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c das where we ruin da unity we av.....instead of "kindly" explaining the boi the rong he's written u jus bash him out completely .... a very gud example of wa a sikh is ...isn't it ??? blush.gif

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